Microsoft Celebrating Windows 10 With Anniversary Update
Microsoft are set to roll out the first major software update for Windows 10 in August.
Branded as the ‘Anniversary Update’, the patch marks one year since the launch of the OS.
It’ll bring about improvements to Cortana, Windows Ink, biometric security and Skype as well as a redesigned start menu.
There will also be some expansions made to Microsoft Edge and new ‘Dark’ UI mode.
Windows 10 will automatically download and install the update as of August 2nd.
In the meantime, Microsoft are still offering free upgrades to Windows 10 for Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 users up until the 29th of July.
After that, a license for the OS start at $120 from Microsoft.
The company are also offering a number of software deals to commemorate the occasion.